We long to see God do so much more in this city than we could ever accomplish by human effort. We need prayer partners who will join with us in this journey. If you would like to partner with us in prayer, please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates periodically on how you can be praying for us, and how God has been answering your prayers.
God-sized dreams require God-sized resources, and we have some pretty big dreams for Milton Keynes and beyond. We are asking if you would consider partnering with us. The generosity of people like you makes the impossible sustainable as we see God multiply our resources to change lives and cities. We would love for you to partner with us financially.
A church isn’t made up of buildings and programmes, it is made up of people. If you have been reading through our website, and you find what you read resonating with you, you might be called to join with us in planting this church. If so, please do drop us a line, we would love to hear from you!
We want to ask you to share the good news of what God is up to with anyone you know in the area who is not already part of a Church. Even if you don’t know anyone in that area, you can also help us spread the word about our journey through social media. You can follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. You will not only help us get the word out but you will also be able to keep up with our story as it unfolds!
You can set up regular giving yourself, our bank details are as follows:
Account No: 53184293
Sort Code: 20-57-44
Account Name: Garden City Vineyard, Milton Keynes
Quote ref: [your surname]/gift
Secure payments can be made online via ChurchSuite. This is a secure and private way in which you can give to Garden City Vineyard either as a one-off gift or on a regular basis.
As we start to gather together more regularly in different environments, you may prefer to give by cash or cheques. Do look out for different ways you can do this, or send us a message for more information. Cheques should be made payable to; Garden City Vineyard, Milton Keynes.